Grimm’s 36 Cubes [Pastel]Grimm's £27.71
- 36 building blocks in a wooden frame
- Great for construction and small world play
- Develops motor skills and colour recognition
Grimm's 36 pastel cubes are the perfect first set of blocks. Blocks are the ultimate open-ended toy and with these chunky cubes children conjure anything from landscapes and buildings to robots and portraits. The wooden frame keeps things tidy and allows children to come back to their games when they want to. Handmade in lime wood with non-toxic color stains. Size: frame 26cm, single blocks 4x4cm.
*Unfortunately, we are unable to supply Grimm's to customers outside the UK and Ireland. Other brands are unaffected.
I had seen this set and wasn’t sure if it would be right for my daughter or not (13 months old), but wanted to teach her stacking so ordered it hoping she could grow into them at least. Well- this must be her most loved toy! The bricks are very easy for her to stack, the quality and colours are beautiful and don’t even get me started on the wooden grain! We loved them as a family, to sit and play all together, so much so that my partner (Who normally moans about the cost of wooden toys) went online and bought some of the larger sets (1001 nights, large stepped pyramid and Romanesque) as we all loved them so much and the quality is unparalleled. We will Definitely be ordering again- with his blessing for a change!!
Beautiful and the perfect size for toddlers to start to stack and build.
Why we love blocks
Like puzzle pieces, blocks fit together. Unlike puzzle pieces, they can do so in a variety of ways. Learning to predict what fits where is the work of many years. Which pieces will I need? Do I have enough? The expert can see simply by turning the blocks over in her mind.
Small world play
Is your castle missing a section of wall? Does your railway need a tunnel? Never fear! Here is your humble set of blocks to the rescue. Infinitely versatile, blocks provide the canvas upon which to paint your stories.
Red, blue, red, blue; big, small, big, small. So much of early mathematical thinking is about making patterns. Can you see how it's a small skip from here to odds and evens or the two-times table? A set of blocks like the one above can even illustrate a number's relative size and how it can be combined to make ten.
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